5 1/2 cup flour
1 cup oil
2 cups warm water
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon salt
The stuffing :
3/4 kilogram chopping beef
2 tomato
2 green pepper
1 carrot
1 big onion
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon beef spice
2 teaspoon salt

Step 1:

Add the flour, salt, black pepper, and oil together .

Step 2:

Mix well

Step 3:

Add the warm water and mix well with your hand .

Step 4:

divide the dough into 16 equal parts and let them rest .

Step 5:

Start preparing the vegetables Cut tomatoes (2 big ) with out seeds

Step 6:

Cut the green pepper (2 big )

Step 7:

Cut the onion ( one big ) and one big carrot and some chopped celery

Step 8:

Add salt, black pepper, spices beef, and paprika to the beef .

Step 9:

Mix all chopped vegetable to the beef.

Step 10:

Divide the meat to 16 parts like the dough

Step 11:

Put on the table some of the oil and a ball of dough

Step 12:

roll out the dough as a circle

Step 13:

Put the meat ball in the middle

Step 14:

Roll the meat ball as a circle

Step 15:

Close the dough on the meat like a pictures

Step 17:

Put it in the oven ( 300 ) for 15 to 20 min

Step 19:

Serve it hot with a vegetable salad
<p>My mout startend to water as i read the instructable. Looks very tasty. Beautiful and instructable.</p>
ill try soon
This was amazing! highly recommend this!
<p>Congratulation! you deserve it.This is a nice recipe</p>
<p>Awesome! It was so delicious mmmmhhh... Although I am French (so I don't quite well understand your cooking unities) I adapted the recipe, so here what I put to make 4 big or 6 small of them : </p><ul><li>300g of flour, same amount of salt and pepper, 10cl of olive oil and 20cl of water<li>400g of chopping beef<li>1 pepper, 1 small carrot, 1 onion, 1 small tomato<li>Same amount of spices + 1 teaspoon of soft chili powder </ul><p>Thanks a lot to share this with us :)</p>
<p>you are welcome graindemalice . congratulations it looks so good . enjoy ( jouir )</p>
we sometimes use puff pastry
<p>The &quot;beef spice&quot; looks a lot like coriander, and a similar recipe from a famous chef does use it. Possibly a mix of coriander and cumin.</p>
<p>yes it looks like coriander but it is different I think the beff spice is a mixture of Cardamom , cloves, curry and Cinnamon .</p>
<p>Hi Sara. Thanks much for the more detailed explanation! Do you know the ratio of cardamom, cloves, curry and cinnamon? Is it about 1 to 1 on each?</p>
<p>Hi FtForger . you are welcome . </p><p>I think it is okay if you mix 1 to 1 on each . I hope you like it .</p>
<p>looks very tasty!</p><p>What is &quot;meat spices&quot;?</p><p>Do you eat Hawawshi hot from the owen or you let it cool?</p><p>thanks for sharing</p>
<p>you are welcome .</p><p>meat spices is an Indian spice but you can use any spice you like .</p><p>I like to eat Hawawshi hot but you can cover it and let it warm .</p><p>my kids like it warm or cool .</p>
<p>Looks like cumin to me.</p><p>Just need to go get cheese and I can try some for myself. Fantastic instructable!</p>
<p>thank you so much .</p>
must try, look v tasty. thanks for sharing
<p>you are welcome waldy . please do ! it's delicious . </p>
Looks so yummy
<p>Thanks emilkaram</p>
Mmmm looks yummy
<p>thanks Mielameri</p>

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